If you’re looking for a family-friendly hotel in Bordeaux, look no further than Hotel de Normandie.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Bordeaux, Hotel de Normandie is located a short distance from Rue Ste Catherine (0.2 mi) and St. Andre Cathedral (Cathédrale Saint-André) (0.5 mi).
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a minibar and air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Hotel de Normandie offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features room service and a concierge. Plus, Hotel de Normandie offers a lounge, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day.
While in Bordeaux, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hotel de Normandie, including Le Quatrieme Mur (0.1 mi), Restaurant Melodie (0.3 mi), and L'Entrecote (0.1 mi).
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular government buildings such as Hotel de Ville (City Hall) and Cour Mably.
The staff at Hotel de Normandie looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
A good choice for a trip when you don’t have your own transport, as the hotel is right opposite the tourist information office and close to many attractions. It is also an easy tram trip from the main rail station to the Quinconces stop just across the road from the hotel. Our room was very pleasant, street-facing with large opening windows for fresh air. Very little traffic noise with the windows closed, even though on quite a busy street. The bathroom was modern with twin basins, a good powerful shower (but no bath) and a separate WC. There are rooms with baths. Breakfast was 19.50 euros - comparatively expensive, but a very good choice of mostly cold items. Smoked salmon, hams, dried sausage, cheeses, crunchy French rolls, cereals, cakes and pastries, plus plenty of fresh fruit and yoghurts. Nespresso coffee machine. Breakfast being available until 11 am and noon checkout were also good points. Reception staff we met were polite, pleasant and efficient. Would certainly stay again.…
The hotel is VERY difficult to find but it is a good location for Bordeaux sites, and shopping. It is right across the street from the tourist office which is where you go to book vineyard tours. The room had a fridge but it was cramped and small. The elevator is TINY. The staff wasn't super friendly. The hall lights are motion activated and took a second to come on so it was creepy to open your door to darkness. They had a nice breakfast. Parking lots are very tight to drive in. The hotel does validate parking but you have to find and use their approved garage which is a block and a half away.
Spent 2 nights. Pros: well-located by park and transportation. Bathrooms quite nice with deep tubs, power showers, and Fragonard accoutrements. Beds comfortable, with upscale linens. Cons: Reception was negligent and more suited to a 1-star hotel. Asked them to arrange taxi, and after it was 15 minutes past due, and we needed to catch a train, had to take it upon ourselves to sprint to square to find a taxi. The man at reception was more interested in protecting prestige of taxi than of guest needs. Some corner rooms were just plain depressing, with view of wall 5 feet away.
Central location makes this hotel attractive as downtown Bordeaux is quite walkable. The staff is friendly and the tourism office is across the street. We enjoyed the substantial breakfast and highly recommend this hotel. The only downside was the internet was a bit slow.
I only stayed one night in this hotel. Although the room was on the small side, it was very clean and modern. Breakfast was good, the staff very helpful. It's central location is also appealing, I can recommend this hotel.